One Million Years B-Lulu ~ Rob Goldstein and Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene are my guests #shortstory

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I asked Rob Goldstein to be my guest on the Daily Echo…  and got rather more than I expected! …

A Short Story by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene

Illustrated by Rob Goldstein

Author’s Note

Rob Goldstein asked that we work on another adventure for our unflappable flapper Lulu.  Yes, Hullaba Lulu!  Who’s that?  To paraphrase the song, Lulu’s got the reddest red hair, she gets blue and goes cuckoo, she’s the kind of smarty who breaks up every party…  You get the idea.

Anyhow (and don’t ask me why), my imagination went straight to the old movie featuring Raquel Welch, “One Million Years B.C.”  I thought of Lulu as “Loana the Fair One.”  Of course, there would also be “Tumac the Strong” and “Nupondi the Wild One,” whom no pterodactyl can resist.

When I told Rob what I had in mind, he gave me “three things” to use in the story:…

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